It’s been warm… but it should be warmer

changeThis is the height of summer in New Brunswick when temperatures should be at their peak.

But since the beginning of August, temperatures in Greater Moncton have been in the low 20’s Celsius when they really should be in the high 20’s.

But that is about to change as the jet stream, which has been trending further north, will begin to move south later this week and finally bring more seasonable weather for mid-August.

The northerly jet stream has brought above normal heat to the north with temperatures near 30°C at Whitehorse and Yellowknife and even 20°C in Iqaluit.


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